Working Capital Management

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Oxford University Press, Apr 28, 2010 - Business & Economics - 176 pages
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Working Capital Management provides a general framework that will help managers understand working capital using a comprehensive approach that links operating decisions to their financial implications and to the overall business strategy. It will also help managers to gain a better understanding of the key drivers to profitability and value creation.
 

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Contents

1 Corporate Finance
3
2 Working Capital
14
3 Working Capital Seasonality and Growth
26
4 Financial Analysis and Working Capital
42
5 Cash Management
60
6 Managing Account Receivables
71
7 Managing Inventories
86
8 Managing Account Payables
97
9 Shortterm Debt
104
10 Working Capital and Corporate Strategy
115
11 Working Capital Financing Costs
127
12 Patterns in Working Capital
134
Notes
143
References
153
Index
157
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Lorenzo Preve is an associate professor at IAE Business School at Universidad Austral in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His main research interests are in corporate finance, with a special emphasis in corporate risk management, working capital management, restructuring, and financial distress, as well as applications of corporate finance to emerging markets. Virginia Sarria-Allende is an associate professor at IAE Business School at Universidad Austral in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her research involves all corporate finance applications, such as cost of capital, corporate valuation, working capital management, corporate restructuring, with special focus in emerging markets.

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